Question about 2009 Nissan Altima
Or when the lock is hit
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I consulted a Nissan master technician on this one, the Altima does not have auto locks, other owners have posted your same question as well and the experts answer is the Altima not equipped with this feature.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
SOURCE: car shift seems locked
I had this problem a few months ago. I was able to drive the car home by taking a screwdriver and overiding the gear. Read your manual and if your car is equiped with an overide it will give you instructions. A little covered hole is to the left of the shift when in park. It is small circle and you must pry out the cover before using a screwdriver head to push the overide. I had to do this to put the car into reverse and then again to put it into drive. The solution: Nissan Auto Service replaced the crankshaft position sensor. Fortunately the car was still under the Extended Warranty at 68,000+ miles and this solved the problem. At 72,000 I had the rear right motor mount replaced. Too early for this. Now I am needing a new AC Compressor (79,000 miles) and it sounds like I'm on the vurge of problems with my catalyc converter. I have found a link that shows that many other Altima owners like me are having these very same problems at low miles. Check out: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/automotive/nissan_altima.html . Sounds like some recalls need to be done.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
sounds like the fuse that controls that switch has burned out. check your fuse panel and refer to either the manual. or to the cove for fuse location info. good luck.
also note if the fuse blows again then the problem might be related to a bad switch or a short condition ion the wire.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
I would remove and clean the internal parts. They tend to get filled with all kinds of road debry from age and will hang up inside till cleaned and regreased
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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Hi. Here's the procedure for the Lock cylinder removal.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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